111 Chirsi-Route
111 Chirsi-Route
111 Chirsi-Route
111 Chirsi-Route
111 Chirsi-Route
111 Chirsi-Route

Cycling in Switzerland

Chirsi-Route

Chirsi-Route

Liestal–Laufen

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Chirsi-Route

Chirsi-Route

A cycling tour for athletically-minded leisure cyclists who want to ride through the tranquil countryside, but who also enjoy stopping every now and then to try regional specialities.
The Chirsi Route takes you along idyllic little roads lined with appealing landscapes. The route was given the name Chirsi (Swiss dialect for cherries) because of the region's many tall cherry trees, which are known throughout Switzerland as a hallmark of Baselland. When the fruit trees blossom in the spring, the picturesque hilled landscape turns into a veritable fairytale world. In the summer, when the aromatic meadows are full of cherry trees with ripening fruit, it is impossible to avoid the temptation of the trees' delicious bounty.

There are also plenty of rustic inns for a break along the way, too. Farms also tend to your creature comforts by offering tasty regional specialities. Finally, those interested in cultural history will be drawn to the quaint old quarters of Liestal and Laufen with their medieval town centres.
A cycling tour for athletically-minded leisure cyclists who want to ride through the tranquil countryside, but who also enjoy stopping every now and then to try regional specialities.
The Chirsi Route takes you along idyllic little roads lined with appealing landscapes. The route was given the name Chirsi (Swiss dialect for cherries) because of the region's many tall cherry trees, which are known throughout Switzerland as a hallmark of Baselland. When the fruit trees blossom in the spring, the picturesque hilled landscape turns into a veritable fairytale world. In the summer, when the aromatic meadows are full of cherry trees with ripening fruit, it is impossible to avoid the temptation of the trees' delicious bounty.

There are also plenty of rustic inns for a break along the way, too. Farms also tend to your creature comforts by offering tasty regional specialities. Finally, those interested in cultural history will be drawn to the quaint old quarters of Liestal and Laufen with their medieval town centres.
38 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 33 km
Natural surface: 5 km
1100 m | 1050 m
difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Liestal
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Surface/foundation
Beware section along the Ämlisbach partly on rough unsurfaced track, bikes may have to be pushed.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Laufen
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Contact

Baselland Tourismus
Hardstrasse 1
4133 Pratteln
Tel. +41 (0)61 927 65 44
info@baselland-tourismus.ch
www.baselland-tourismus.ch

Services

Accommodation

Seiler's Hotel
Seiler's Hotel
Liestal
Hotel Restaurant Bienenberg
Hotel Restaurant Bienenberg
Liestal
Hotel Engel Liestal
Hotel Engel Liestal
Liestal
Landoase
Landoase
Arboldswil
Hotel & Restaurant Röschenzerhof
Hotel & Restaurant Röschenzerhof
Röschenz
Hotel Restaurant Central
Hotel Restaurant Central
Laufen
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Bookable offers

La Route Verte
La Route Verte
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Places

Liestal
Liestal
Reigoldswil
Reigoldswil
Passwang
Passwang
Seewen SO
Seewen SO
Laufen
Laufen
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Places of interest

Bike park Hölstein
Bike park Hölstein
Reigoldswil-Wasserfallen Cableways
Reigoldswil-Wasserfallen Cableways
The Museum of Music Automatons at Seewen SO
The Museum of Music Automatons at Seewen SO
Customs formalities at «Glögglifels»
Customs formalities at «Glögglifels»
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Swimming

Gitterlibad swimming complex
Gitterlibad swimming complex
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Signalization

Signalization
For cycling, follow the logo indicated on the red signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization